U.S. Air Force Survival Handbook The Portable and Essential Guide to Staying Alive By United States Air Force, Foreword by Jay McCullough
 
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9781510709140
$17.99
ebook
9781510709157
$17.99
Designed for use in formal Air Force training, the U.S. Air Force Survival Handbook was written to help a pilot who finds him or herself in a hostile environment. For the more general reader, it offers a complete and comprehensive manual of outdoor survival techniques.

It includes expert advice on:

• First aid for illness and injury
• Finding your way without a map
• Building a fire
• Finding food and water
• Using ropes and tying knots
• Concealment techniques
• Signaling for help
• Survival at sea
• Building shelters
• Animal tracking
• Predicting the weather
• And much more

By outlining specific survival threats found at sea, in the desert, in mountain terrain, and in arctic conditions, and offering techniques on surviving them, this book, releasing on the seventieth anniversary of the U.S. Air Force, is invaluable to both the casual outdoorsman and the extreme sports enthusiast, as well as anyone looking for insight into the training tactics of the U.S. Air Force
TitleU.S. Air Force Survival Handbook
SubtitleThe Portable and Essential Guide to Staying Alive
AuthorBy United States Air Force, Foreword by Jay McCullough
PublisherSkyhorse Publishing
ImprintSkyhorse Publishing
Published17 January 2017
FormatPaperback
ISBN-139781510709140
Pages592
Dimensions8.50 x 11.00in.
IllustrationsB&W photos throughout, B&W illustrations throughout.

About the author

The United States Air Force is the aerial warfare branch of the United States Armed Forces. It is the largest air force in the world and one of the most technologically advanced. As part of the United States Department of Defense, it is headquartered in the Pentagon, in Arlington, Virginia.

ISBNs: 9781510709140 978-1-5107-0914-0 Title: u s air force survival handbook category:HIS ISBNs: 9781510709157 978-1-5107-0915-7 Title: u s air force survival handbook category:HIS 
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